About

Lonely Daffodil (a.k.a. Miwako Kuwahara) is a California-based aspiring writer/poet. As a native of Japan, her early years nurtured her strong foundation for enjoying simple pleasures in nature throughout seasons. Particularly, many of her poems are dealing with nature in everyday life.

She wants to write poetry that is accessible to readers and any casual readers, who are left feeling overwhelmed in a seemingly flood of lines. She was merely the timid reader before reading I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (also known as Daffodils) by William Wordsworth in her English class. It is one of inspiring works that gravitated her toward a literary world.

She also writes short stories and essays. My Garden could be useful to find some of those pieces. Her personal essay about handkerchiefs has appeared on The Daily Breeze. Please take a moment to check it out.

Lonely Daffodil wishes to be a published writer/poet. Someday…

Thank you for stopping by Lonely Daffodil!

Her former writing coach

Her former writing coach

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    • Herman, thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving the Likes. I’m a cat lover🙂 One of the old posts here is about my cat, Sassy, who is watching me over the sky… I look forward to your next post!

  1. Daffodils were my wedding flowers. Long-time favourites! And the daffodils in the Lake District are, truly, lovely. They should be out there already by now, even though even the crocuses haven’t come up here in NEW England yet.

    • How lovely! Daffodils were your wedding flowers. They are my favorite flowers, too. I’m envious🙂 I really want to see the daffodils in the Lake District. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Well, you went and done it. You went and followed Uncle Bardie’s Stories & Such. You are now one of Uncle Bardie’s Band of Merry Followers. Just so you know, Uncle Bardie’s a hoot, and he’s got quite a few whoppers in his bag of stories. Some funny, some not so funny. But all told for your entertainment. Thank you for following his blog.

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